The resolving power of a telescope can be…
A telescope’s resolving power depends on the width of its aperture.
The ability to see greater detail in an image depends on the resolution or resolving power.
., the resolving power of a microscope, or of a disturbance of the system by the measurement.
The finite size of the Airy disk sets an inevitable limit to the possible resolving power of a visual instrument.
The proverbially high resolving power of hawks’ eyes depends partly on a large image being focused on the retina and…
Such eyes do not have the resolving power of single-lens vertebrate eyes, but they are far better at detecting motion.
A high-resolution version costs less than a dollar, and offers a magnification of up to 2,100 times and a resolving power of less than a micron.
The development of the electron microscope and complimentary techniques vastly increased the resolving power beyond that attainable with light microscopy.
The filaments that comprise the cytoskeleton are so small that their existence was only discovered because of the greater resolving power of the electron microscope.
With this instrumentation in place the optically integrated telescopes have the resolving power of a single telescope with a mirror 85 metres (3,350 inches) in diameter.
The formulas for resolving power, magnifying power, and light-gathering power, as discussed for refractors, apply to reflectors as well.
As the change of state takes place on a molecular level, the images are practically grain-free, and resolution is limited only by the resolving power of the optical system being used.
There is no theoretical limit to the amount of magnification possible in an optical system, but practical magnification is limited by the system’s resolving power—i.e., its ability to form distinguishable images of objects separated by small angular distances.
Note that in this formulation, there is no reference to simultaneous or joint measurements, nor to any notion of accuracy like the resolving power of the measurement instrument, nor to the issue of how much the system in the state that is being measured is disturbed by this measurement.
These instruments have several advantages over the conventional transmission electron microscope: (1) the theoretical resolving power of the instrument increases as the accelerating voltage increases; (2) thick specimens are easily penetrated by the beam; (3) chromatic aberration caused by energy losses and scattering in the specimen is decreased; and (4) specimen heating and irradiation damage of organic samples are decreased.
Sudan presents a real dilemma (and the threat of force is a factor in resolving it).
Allies acknowledge that he sees winning power and transforming Britain economically as much more important than resolving the country’s tortured relationship with its continental neighbors.
Compaoré, 63, who stoked some of the region’s worst conflicts but later refashioned himself into an elder statesman committed to resolving them, closed the book on one of Africa’s most enduring rulers in a region where some leaders cling to power for decades.
The elder Cheney organized a joint op-ed in the Washington Post signed by all 10 living former defense secretaries stating that the period for disputing election results had ended and reiterating that the military has no role to play in resolving election disputes or in the transfer of power.
- the ability of a microscope or telescope to measure the angular separation of images that are close together
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